The Dalbello Lupo Pro HD freeride boot features a PU-polyamide-based shell designed for maximum durability. Despite this, the boot is still extremely versatile and offers a 67° range of movement with the tongue removed when walking. The carbon shaft and 45-mm-wide power strap offer outstanding power transfer for descents. The Pro HD’s 98 mm last provides precisest footholding. Combined with the customizable and extremely light ID Max Light liner, this offers excellent fit — a major benefit for skiers who want to spend the full day on the slopes. High-quality GripWalk soles with a Vibram® profile can be optionally fitted to make walking easier and reduce the risk of slipping.
Boot Last Width:
1835g Uphill, 1990g Downhill
The Cabrio design is a 3 piece construction - shell/cuff/tongue – that comfortably secures the foot and lower leg while optimizing smooth and progressive flexibility. Dalbello’s Cabrio models provide the ultimate in responsive performance to ski your best.
GripWalk contains a new co-polymer sole with rocker profile. The convex shape and ribbed tread of the rubber add a lot of walking comfort and provide a much better grip. GripWalk soles are the perfect tuning parts designed for 90% of the Dalbello boot collection and don't require any height adjustment at GripWalk bindings.
Quick Removable Tongue: Taken away easily with only one hand, the removed tongue offers endless forward lean movement while hiking and great skiing performance for downhilling due to it’s flex.
Range of Motion: 67° ((40° forward lean, 27° backward lean). Since it is a touring boot, the forward lean is the most important part while hiking.
The LOW HINGING CUFF permits the boot cuff to more easily follow the natural anatomic movement of the skier’s legs because it has a longer range of forward and rearward hinging motion. For more efficient walking and gliding. Increased power and control with less energy.
All Lupo models may be used with ISO 9523 Alpine Touring Norm bindings due to their tech inserts. By changing the rockered soles to the interchangeable alpine soles the boots fit in all alpine bindings as well but are not certified ISO 5355.